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requests that cause a slowdown or a stop in service. cyber criminals are after money , as was willie sutton in the days of robbing banks. they are after intellectual property. lots of information. the attacks and threats are constantly evolving. the banks are very well prepared for that. they invest hundreds of millions of dollars in preventative measures, in various high-tech staff who have great expertise in this area. i am representing the financial services information sharing and analysis enter which is a grouping of banks and financial institutions that gather together their collective intelligence, share information about threats and vulnerabilities and collectively respond. it is all based on the notion that forewarned is forearmed. none of us are as smart as all of us combined. really, the best method of havinging to attacks is advanced intelligence, sharing information, working collaboratively. >> are there any restrictions on the sharing of information between banks? >> banks have to be careful about who they share with. they are trusted environments within other industry groupin
, as was willie sutton back in the days of robbing banks. they're after intellectual property. lots of different types of information. so the attacks and the threats are constantly evolving. the banks are very well prepared for they a ons of llars in preventive measures, in very high-tech staff who are, have great expertise in this area. i'm representing the financial services information sharing and analysis center, isaf, which is a grouping of banks and financial institutions that gather together their collective intelligence, they share information about threats, attacks and vulnerabilities, and they collectively respond to that. it's all based on the notion that forewarned is forearmed. none of us is as smart as all of us combined. so really the best method of responding to attacks is having advance intelligence, sharing information and working collaboratively. >> host: are there any restrictions on the sharing of information between banks? >> guest: banks have to be careful of about who they share vienn isac and other industry groupings. certainly, companies don't want to share competitive
family and the irs. it is tax season and the irs is following the willie sutton rule, let's go after where the money is. they're going after the wealthy big-time with audits. we'll talk about that this morning. >> i'm audited every year. >> really. >> once you're a high earner -- >> same irs guy? >> they once pursued me as being both a resident of new york and new jersey at one point because i was spending 18 hours in new york working but living in new jersey. dual residence. yeah. >> state of new york will always try to -- if they can get you as a resident, they will. >> try the caymans next time. puerto rico apparently is where -- >> they got a nice beach. when we go down there, our families -- >> yes, absolutely. >> it is great to have you here, robert. >>> it is a big day for central bank moves. our own steve leisman is in ohio at the university of dayton where ceos and policymakers are gathering for the redefining strategy education investment forum. you already sat down with lockhart today. you've had a busy morning. >> yeah. lockhart and evans from chicago both on the stage ri
point is exactly what willie sutton used to say about robbing banks. you rob banks because that's where the money is. in the end you cannot balance the budget or reduce the deficit just by cutting domestic discretionary spending, just by raising taxes. as you say 60% of the budget is entitlement spending, that's where you've got to make the cuts, that's what republicans are saying. the president is saying i'm willing to do some stuff. i'm sure republicans are saying it's not enoughment it would be conceivably the start of a new round of negotiations. bill: i'll take your statement a step further, you tax the wealthy because that's where the money is as well. back on the screen now top 1% of americans account for 37% of all irs revenue. top 10%@59%. and i'll just remind you from the quote from mid march, speaker boehner to abc news the president got his tax hikes on january 1. the talk about raising revenue is overment it's time to deal with the spending problem. i have not seen any cracks in the republican decision when it comes to revenue and/or taxes. have you? >> yeah, actually. ther
expression, they asked willie sutton why he robbed banks, and he said that's where the money is? [laughter] we want everybody to have a little money to make sure they can buy american products. [applause] so the paradox -- [applause] so we don't view, the president and i and fred, we don't view economic growth as a zero sum game here, that somehow we grow and it's not in the interests of other major powers to grow as well. that's the paradox of this new global order. so much of our success depends on the success of those with whom we compete. that's the challenge the president and i and the entire administration take very seriously. it's been the center of our economic philosophy from the day we took office. from our perspective, there are two things that we must do abroad to insure our strength at home. first, we have to reorient our focus not just toward the greatest threats, but toward the greatest opportunities that exist for us. and second, we have to level the playing field, that old phrase that's almost overused over the last 20 years, but it's true. we have to level the playing fie
as was willie sutton in the base of robbing banks. >> there have been attacks on the system. they have been not talk too much about. it is it difficult to explain aircraft control. >> we get questions every day on sources, but so far the major attacks we have had have been on customer information systems or things of that nature. they have not been attacks that keep me up at night, which are the ones that would do some damage to our critical infrastructure. >> protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attacks, tonight at 8:00 eastern on c-span2. >> she was bright, political, which is why she and lincoln got together in the first place. she spoke several languages fluently. she was extremely well educated. said she had all these things going for her, but she had suffered a series of tremendous emotional blows. three of her four children died. one died in the white house, one after her husband's assassination, sitting next to her at the theater. the kinds of grief this woman was going through are amazing. that, demonize her for thought she was crazy. we found that she was not crazy, but m
of service. cybercriminals are after money, as was willie sutton it back in the day, robbing banks. >> they are not well publicized cannot talk about. there's confidential information and you don't want many people to know how the air traffic control system works. difficult to control air traffic control in a soundbite. >> we get paid every day on attacks from various sources, but so far the major attacks that we have had have been on information systems or things of that nature. they haven't been the attacks that keeping up at night, which is the ones that would do some damage to our critical infrastructure. >> protecting critical u.s. infrastructure from cyber attacks, tonight on "the communicators" at 8 p.m. eastern on c-span2. >> japanese deputyrime minister and finance minister taro aso recently discussed japan's new economic policies. the nation has instituted a series of new economic strategies aimed at reviving of the japanese economy after nearly two decades of stagnation and inflation. he spoke at the center for strategic and international studies in washington, d.c. this
prosper because, you know that old expression, they asked willie sutton why he robbed banks, he said that's where the money is. [laughter] we want everybody to have a little money. to make sure they can buy american products. so the paradox -- [applause] >> so we don't view, the president and i and fred, we don't view economic growth as a zero-sum game here. that somehow we grow and it's in our interests that other major powers grow as well. that's the paradox in this new global order. so much of our success depends on the success of those with whom we compete. that's the challenge the president and i and the entire administration take very seriously. it's been the center of our economic philosophy from the day we took office. from our perspective, there are two things that we must do abroad to ensure our strength at home. first, we have to reorient our focus not just toward the greatest threats, but toward the greatest opportunities that exist for us. and second, we have to level the playing field, that old phrase, it's almost overused over the last 20 years, but it's true. we have to le
. as is was willie sutton back in the days of robbing banks. >> there have been attacks on the system. they're not well-publicized and not talked about because it is confidential information. obviously you don't want too many people to know how the air traffic control system works. . . >> the white house director of national drug control policy spoke last week about the obama administration's response to substance abuse. gil kerlikowske also announced a $1.4 million grant to the national association of drug court professionals for their work in helping nonviolent offenders with substance abuse. hosted by the national press club in washington, d.c., this is just over 50 minutes. >> well, good afternoon, everybody. it's a great pleasure, and it's a great honor to be with all of you. first, let me thank so many people for being here today. and thank you for that wonderful introduction and the information, and i'm so glad you had a chance to spend some time with general dean who's somebody i'm going to talk about a lot in a few minutes along with a couple other people up here, also, that i've b
america and in africa prosper because, you know that old expression, they asked willie sutton why he robbed banks, he said that's where the money s we want everybody to have a little money. to make sure they can buy. american products. so the paradox -- [applause] >> so we don't view, the president and i and fred, we don't view economic growth as a zero-sum game here. that somehow we grow and it's in our interests that other major powers grow as well. that's the paradox in this new global order. so much of our success depends on the success of those with whom we compete. that's the challenge the president and i and the entire administration take very seriously. it's been the center of our economic talks from the day we took office. from our perspective, there are two things that we must do abroad to ensure our strength at home. first, we have to reorient our focus not just toward the greatest threats, but toward the greatest opportunities that exist for us. and second, we have to level the playing field, that old phrase, it's almost overused over the last 20 years, but it's true. we
than the subject themselves. they're going where the money is. it is the willie sutton approach to journalism? >> true. look, that happened first before the internet to magazines. if you look at the magazine rack, generally interest magazines that told you about something outside of yourself shrank and died one by one by one. used to be magnificent magazines. new west. california. stories that you could hardly dream were occurring out there. wind forward 20 years and every magazine was demographically driven. magazines have been put into a place where they were fundamentally a mirror reflecting the desired readership. so from cosmopolitan on down it became a niche market where every magazine was, i would call it intellectual wallpaper but they're not really intellectual, or wallpaper for the people who already feel that way. it's a mirror held up to them. well that's what's happening in the internet. it is impossible to refute the pressure of traffic and the numbers. you know, you will always do better giving people what they want but that's necessarily going to create value. so
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